Loved walking in the mornings, afternoons and evening. Fabulous restaurants, interesting stores and wonderful coffee to be had.
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Take a calesa (horse drawn carriage) ride at night of this gorgeous boulevard flanked by the most amazing buildings in the city. You will feel like you're in Paris or Buenos Aires. Some are in decay as families that have owned the mansions for generations...More
It's so nice to be able to stroll along in a big city on a tree-lined sidewalk on a hot day, hiding from the sun, and to walk side-by-side instead of single-file, as is so often necessary on narrow, busy sidewalks. We love Hennessy's Irish...More
Old (late 19th century) mansions converted to business but mostly with their original facades preserved. Tree-lined boulevard. Together makes a nice walk or bicycle ride. Especially on Sunday morning when the city closes one side of the street to car traffic.
This is a main avenue in Merida and very busy. Wealthy sisal barons who migrated from Europe to Mexico built their mansions on this street in the early to mid 1800's. Many of these homes are now owned by the government and restored and now...More
Paseo Montejo is a very beautiful avenue to visit, whether you are walking under its huge and shady trees, in your car, a bicycle (it turns into a huge playground on Sunday mornings) or even a horse-drawn carriage. The mansions that you can see are...More
Great little shops and sights line the Paseo de Montejo. IT is well worth planning your trip to Merida around a weekend. The weekend we were there, the Paseo was closed off to cars and free bicycle rentals were available. There was a fun run...More